Join 400,000 Aish subscribers
Get Email Updates
Most of the Israelites didn’t leave Egypt. How do we become free?
Two remarkable women in my family personify two disparate attitudes about life.
Slaughtering the Pascal lamb represented breaking free from predetermined forces beyond our control.
Passover and the redemptive value of Jewish identity.
Covering up the abusive treatment of women in Muslim-majority countries.
French anti-Semitism and French aliyah skyrocket on parallel tracks.
One quick and easy thought.
My 10-year-old son and his friends want to cross a busy street by themselves and get ice cream. Should I let him?
What one 8 year old boy asked his father at the Seder.
It took a tragedy to trigger my crisis of atheism.
God split the sea. What miracle can we do?
If you can only take one thing from the fire.
Ask questions, tell stories and make learning fun.
Looking for some different fare this year? Try these recipes.
Parenting and counting the Omer.
We broke up a year ago. Should we give it a second chance?
P.D. Eastman’s children’s book is really a tale about searching for your soul mate.
Being proactive in dating.
Unique lessons for Egyptians and Jews.
The month that moves us out of being enslaved to our egos.
What is behind the most famous Jewish prayer?
Practical and relevant insights on the weekly parsha.
Lessons, stories and discussion questions for parents and kids.
Stories, lessons and insights on the weekly Parsha
Aish.com’s parody from Disney’s Frozen.
What if Moses had Facebook?
The Exodus story set to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."
Looking at the Passover Haggadah with fresh eyes.
Our modern take on the ancient plagues.
On a recent seder night, I experienced a redemption of sorts and a reminder that God knows what we need and sends it when we need it.
What is the key to praying?
If today’s media told the Passover story. Aish.com's new Passover video.
God’s first message at Mount Sinai reminds us that He’s always here.
Why was the first Seder celebrated when we were still slaves in Egypt?
April 1, 2012
April 10, 2012 6:41 PM
Can't stop laughing. Not cause of the video but cause all the comments are sooooo hilarious!!! Keep the comments coming.
April 4, 2012 10:56 AM
A strange parady
Interesting. Kind of reminds me of someone. Maybe it's because he's a mixture of various sci-fi aliens, like ET and War of the World characters. (And don't forget the Twilight Zone "How to Serve Man"). But why would he smoke? Unless he doesn't have lungs. Then again, maybe an alien actually gets some kind of benefit from smoking. Maybe nicotine is brain food. I never saw that movie, but I, of course, and suspicious of that whole space ship crashing story. I can't help but be reminded of the "How To Serve Man" thing. It was a cookbook, after all. (EEEW) And Guess Who's Coming For Dinner? Oy! Okay, cry (the Man From) UNCLE. Or just skip it this week. I'll cut this short to spare you (almos) . Happy Holidays!
April 3, 2012 5:33 PM
I like it! I like it!
Clever. Funny. Imaginative. More betterer than most of the hyped-up-special-effect-saturated garbage on the screens these days (and nights).
As for the l'il critter, I think I dated his sister a while back.
April 2, 2012 5:35 PM
its a cute clip, but i dont get it.
April 23, 2012 4:58 PM
Watch the way the Paul acts the entire time...
By being on Earth, he started acting like humans all too quickly.
He smokes, makes crude jokes, the way he dresses/ doesn't dress...
I think one of the major lessons is that we end up conforming and acting like the world around us, even though we know we shouldn't do certain things.
This can be elaborated on much much more, but I think yo uget the point.
April 2, 2012 2:36 PM
Where is the barf bag?
Is there a valid reason for the creation of this - this - whatever it is?
Display my name?
Your email address is kept private. Our editor needs it in case we have a question about your comment.